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PostSubject: M800 Oil Leak   Mon Jul 04, 2011 6:26 pm

Since removing the air filter box I have an oil leak somewhere!

Anyone got any idea where I should start to look?

Collo

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PostSubject: Re: M800 Oil Leak   Mon Jul 04, 2011 7:44 pm

If it definately wasn't there before I think you need to check your pipes and breathers, you may have knocked One loose
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PostSubject: Re: M800 Oil Leak   Tue Jul 05, 2011 2:45 am

on your left side - between the cylinders, you see a crom cover. This is a valve, letting oil-steam from the crankshaft-housing into the airfilter-housing, to be "burn off" Have a look on the backside of the airfilterhousing. A little hose should be connected there. If you have made some modification and removed the original airfilter-housing, you have to disconnect the PIR-valve (in the little crom house). Can be made simpel by "plugging off" with something as simpel as an golf-tee and a hosestrap. Your motor dont care - the PIR-valve is for European Enviroment Laws only
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PostSubject: Re: M800 Oil Leak   Wed Jul 13, 2011 7:41 pm

thanks guys for the help, will let you know what the problem was when sorted.

thanks again.

Collo
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